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A second book ‘Agony of migration’ by the author of ‘Indian Tiger caged in the Cupboard’ Mr. S.P.Singh is due for publishing, in a short span of couple of months. The story does not pertain to migration scenario 1947-wchich was a compulsive and devastation, nay destructive blood-bath & social upheaval, post-effect of partition but is a well-planned well thought-out, re-positioning/relocating of the family strategically, in view of the fragile future prosperous of terror-stricken/terror-prone border state of Punjab (India). The writer has woven migratory shift-although it was a far-sighted planned and strategic vision of the main character at the helms of affairs-yet it is narrated in the form of a naturally flowering love-lore story of a young couple; plot seamlessly transitioning from North-to- South, transcending all cultural/language barriers-as if they were made-for-each other pair.
It only becomes evident in the end that this migration and relocation from Punjab to Tamilnadu spreading up to Ukraine and Canada has the brain-child of the head-of-the family; so much that he longed to become one with its soil after death; and the rest. As they say is history. Gripping and engrossing romantic fiction.
Re: Agony of migration (e-book)
It is a amazing publication where author has brought forth the agony of partition and the pain it bought with it.Book highlights in a very touching manner the agonies of Indo-Pak divide and how it changed the life course of millions.The best aspect of the book is the emotional involvement of author with the historical happening of partition which makes the book further more readable and involving.
All kudos to Mr.Singh for touching million devastated hearts and taking us back to our past.